Karen Morley

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Karen Morley (December 12, 1909 – March 8, 2003) was an American film actress.After working at the Pasadena Playhouse, she came to the attention of the director Clarence Brown when he was looking for an actress to stand-in for Greta Garbo in screen tests. This led to a contract with MGM and roles in such films as Mata Hari (1931), Scarface (1932), The Phantom of Crestwood (1932), The Mask of Fu Manchu (1932), Arsene Lupin (1933) and Dinner at Eight (1933).
In 1934, Morley left MGM after arguments about her roles and her private life. Her first film after leaving MGM was Our Daily Bread (1934) directed by King Vidor. She continued to work as a freelance performer, and appeared in Michael Curtiz's Black Fury, and The Littlest Rebel with Shirley Temple. Without the support of a studio, her roles became less frequent, however she played a supporting role in Pride and Prejudice (1940).

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Movie Character Year
Zgzagumhspy8rup7blcvul28eeg The Phantom of Crestwood Jenny Wren 1932
Yoduaftecnry4poyyjadpet7iew The Mask of Fu Manchu Sheila 1932
Uwgpuw1wgtfzb51cz6fdhhbpbrn Beloved Enemy Cathleen O'Brien 1936